John “Big” Gaburick was a producer in WWE. He had very little to do with the creative process.
In TNA, Gaburick is in charge of the creative process.
Christy Hemme has barely been in the wrestling business. She’s been a ring announcer and posed naked for Playboy.
In TNA, Hemme is part of the creative process.
TNA, not surprisingly, is at a loss for ideas. So they call Vince Russo.
The next thing you know, there’s a stalker angle. Samuel Shaw gets committed to a mental institution because of the result of a wrestling match. It’s Obamacare gone wild. That’s straight out of Arkham Asylum.
If any company could help itself by being an old-fashioned wrestling promotion, it’s TNA. But it settles for being WWE’s mentally-challenged sibling. Maybe TNA ownership should be in an insane asylum.
If WWE gets programming on Spike TV, that could mean the end of TNA.
That’s the last thing WWE should want.
Legally, WWE should never want a total monopoly.
TNA also serves an invaluable purpose: Making WWE look better than it really is.
There’s no reason to like TNA. There’s not one good thing about it. Not one.
Gaburick is “big.” As in, over his head, big-time.
MEMO TO DANIEL BRYAN…
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